|The identification of the human skeleton. A medico-legal study. To which was awarded the prize of the Massachusetts Medical Society for 1878 - Dwight, Thomas, 1843-1911|
Keywords: Bones; Medical jurisprudence; Forensic Anthropology
|[Exhumations in Rabinal, Guatemala part 2] - Jes˙s Tec˙ Osorio|
Exhumation at Rabinal, Guatemala, continued from Title ID 1108. Date-stamp throughout. Various shots of exhumation site with CUs of bones / Interview with one of the forensic anthropologists. Various shots of anthropologist removing bones, various CUs of work being done, cutting clothing open to reveal bones, putting items in plastic bag, brushing dirt off bones, skulls cradled in hands / A memorial ritual at night [dark]: marimba music is being played...
Keywords: Mass Killings; Memorials and Monuments; Bodies, Bones and Remains; Forensic Anthropology; Genocide; Indigenous Peoples; Music; Maya Achi People; Guatemala; Rabinal; Rio Negro; Central America
|U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 77 No. 4 July-August 1986 - BUMED Office of Medical History|
U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 77 No. 4 July-August 1986 Department Rounds 1 Disaster at Sea CDR E.K. Ledbetter, MC, USN Bethesda Consultant's Corner 3 Malnutrition in Hospitalized Patients: Recognition and Initial Management CDR A . Meyers, MC, USN CDR G.P. Zaloga, MC, USN Features 9 Expert Witness: CAPT Levine Helps Identify Remains of Josef Mengele D. LaMacchia 13 "Doc" Lipes Commandeers a Submarine Officers' Wardroom G...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; medicalheritagelibrary; Titanium Dental Crowns; Malnutrition; Josef Mengele; forensic anthropology; World War II; Nazis; Wheeler Lipes; submarine; appendectomy; vaccination; USS Norton Sound; breast cancer